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MVA Attorney Gabriel Mathless Among Charlotte Business Journal’s “40 Under 40”

August 2020

Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that the Charlotte Business Journal has recognized Gabriel L. Mathless, an associate on the firm’s Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring team, among its “40 Under 40” for 2020.

Mathless’ legal practice focuses on loan workouts, restructurings, intercreditor issues, and corporate bankruptcy. A true finance and restructuring attorney, he also has experience in structuring and documenting syndicated lending facilities and equipment finance transactions. He regularly works with large, Fortune 500 companies.

In addition, Mathless is an active member of the community. He currently serves as vice president of Charlotte’s Levine Jewish Community Center (LJCC), on multiple committees and chairs its governance committee. In recognition of his contributions to the LJCC, Mathless was awarded the LJCC’s President’s Cup and Director’s Award in 2017 and was selected to represent the LJCC at the biennial JCC Association of North America conference through the Esther Leah Ritz Emerging JCC Leaders Institute in 2018. He serves on the board of the Foundation of Shalom Park, a landlord agency for a 50-acre campus that is home to most of the city’s Jewish agencies, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte, LJCC, Jewish Family Services, Hebrew Cemetery Association, Charlotte Jewish News, and a number of congregations and educational facilities.  In 2019, Mathless was one of ten individuals selected nationally by the Jewish Council for Public Affairs to serve as a Frank Family Fellow, a program for emerging Jewish leaders that focuses on public policy, advocacy, civic engagement and intergroup/interfaith relations.

This year’s 40 Under 40 list will be published in a special report in an October issue of the Charlotte Business Journal. Honorees will be celebrated during a virtual awards ceremony on October 8.